LADOT MOBILITY WALLET
IMMEDIATE RESPONSE INCENTIVE MASTERCARD®
The LADOT Mobility Wallet Pilot Program is a $150 monthly stipend for selected California residents to spend on transportation in Los Angeles City and County.
Mobility Wallet Program funds are distributed on the MoCaFi Angeleno Connect Immediate Response Incentive Mastercard® and Angeleno Connect IRC mobile app.
LADOT MOBILITY WALLET PILOT PROGRAM
The LA Department of Transportation (LADOT) launched its Universal Basic Mobility Pilot in South Los Angeles – one of the largest programs of its kind in the country – to increase access to transportation options for thousands of Angelenos. The pilot will bring e-bikes, shared EV cars and on-demand EV shuttle service, and a partnership with the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (METRO) to subsidize transit fares for area residents who have historically lacked options for how to get to where they need to go safely
WHERE CAN I USE THE MOBILITY WALLET FUNDS?
The LA DOT Mobility Wallet Immediate Response Card can be used only for transit purposes and functions as a prepaid debit card. Tap or insert your card at the merchant point of sale terminal to pay for transit-related purchases.
USE THE ANGELENO CONNECT IRC APP TO MANAGE YOUR MOBILITY WALLET PROGRAM FUNDS
The Angeleno Connect IRC App lets you manage your Mobility Wallet Program. You can view account balances and all approved purchases made with your Angeleno Connect IRC card.
Download the Angeleno Connect IRC App
Tap Link Your Card on the app home page
Enter the 16-digit code you received from LA Metro
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About the LA Department of Transportation
LADOT is committed to fighting climate change and pursuing climate equity in underserved neighborhoods on the front lines of the climate crisis. The California Air Resources Board (CARB) launched the Sustainable Transportation Equity Project (STEP) in 2019 to help communities reduce greenhouse gas emissions, increase access to clean transportation and address community transportation needs through transportation and land use projects in climate-burdened neighborhoods. STEP is part of California Climate Investments, a statewide initiative that puts billions of Cap-and-Trade dollars to work reducing greenhouse gas emissions, strengthening the economy, and improving public health and the environment — particularly in disadvantaged communities.
LADOT has launched a “Universal Basic Mobility” (UBM) Pilot using $13,843,298 in STEP grant funding from the State of California Climate Investment Program. The City of Los Angeles has also approved an additional $4 million in funding to enhance the pilot program for a total of $17.8 million. LADOT’s UBM pilot will integrate access across existing and new transportation options, introduce new shared mobility options for residents and workers, expand and integrate fare payment subsidies, provide green jobs training, and expand electrification to advance Universal Basic Mobility for South LA residents.